Fairy Tales 3rd Grade 4th Grade RL3.2 RL3.3 RL4.2 RL4.3 BUNDLE

Grade Levels
3rd, 4th
Common Core Standards
Product Rating
File Type
Compressed Zip File
Be sure that you have an application to open this file type before downloading and/or purchasing.
How to unzip files.
74.13 MB   |   150 pages

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

Fairy Tale double-sided flipbooks for teaching 3rd Grade and 4th Grade Common Core. This is perfect for teaching a fairy tale unit in upper grades (3rd, 4th, 5th), while targeting story plot, theme / central message, and character analysis.

20% OFF this Fairy Tale Flip Book Bundle! OR SAVE EVEN MORE (30% OFF) when you buy the Fable & Fairy Tale GENRE Bundle!

This instructional resource bundle was designed specifically to attend to 3rd and 4th grade common core literature standards (Key Ideas & Details) while teaching fairy tale genre. Each resource mainly focuses on analyzing characters, setting, events, recounting the story, and determining the theme/message, as well as examining fairy tale elements. The featured item in each of these resources is the double-sided fairy tale flip book which offers students information for each of the elements found in fairy tales, while prompting them to think and write specifically about how these elements apply to each particular fairy tale. Included are detailed teaching notes about each fairy tale for a quick reference to guide instruction. Now INCLUDES an adapted version of each fairy tale, so students have the text for reference! (added 6/11/16)

(RL 3.2, RL 3.3, RL 4.2, RL 4.3)

Fairy Tale Elements Mini-Posters (Added 3/2/16)

~~~~~~~~~~Beauty and the Beast~~~~~~~~~~~~~

This resource includes:

Featured Activity:
* A Double-sided fairy tale flip book: Setting, magic, good vs. evil, challenge or task, message (these pages can be run through a copier front to back without any hassle in regards to construction)
Graphic organizers for:
* Analyzing each character’s traits and feelings using evidence from the story
* Inferring character’s traits and feelings by analyzing specifically what the character says, thinks, or does
* Analyzing how each character’s traits, feelings and actions contribute to the events in the story
* Describing how Beauty changes, what events caused this change
and what happened as a result of Beauty’s change (two versions)
* Comparing Beauty to her sisters, and how the story might have been different if one of her sisters took her place in the Beast’s palace
* Identifying cause/effect throughout the story (two versions)
* Describing the setting and the setting’s mood (two versions)
* Determining how the setting is important to the story
* Describing story events, the character’s response to the events, and how the events were important to the story plot
* Recounting the story using story elements
* Recounting the story using SWBST
* Determining the message of the fairy tale
Other activities include:
* 4 response-to-reading questions (higher order thinking)
* A writing activity: A Postcard from Beauty
* Making connections between sayings/adages/proverbs and
the message of the story

Teaching notes are included to assist guidance through the organizers/activities.
Answer keys provided where applicable

~~~~~~~~~~~~~Rapunzel~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

This resource includes:

Featured Activity: A Double-sided fairy tale flip book: Setting, magic, good vs. evil, challenge or task, message (these pages can be run through a copier front to back without any hassle in regards to construction)
Graphic organizers for:
* Analyzing each character’s traits and feelings using evidence from the story
* Inferring character’s traits and feelings by analyzing specifically what the character says, thinks, or does
* Analyzing how each character’s traits, feelings and actions contribute to the events in the story
* Identifying cause/effect throughout the story (two versions)
* Describing the setting and the setting’s mood (two versions)
* Determining how the setting is important to the story
* Describing events, the character’s response to the events, and how the events were important (can be used to describe more than one event)
* Recounting the story using story elements
* Recounting the story using SWBST
* Determining the message of the fairy tale
Other activities include:
* 4 response-to-reading questions (higher order thinking)
* A writing activity: Damsel in Distress- students create an escape plan for the characters
* Making connections between saying/adages/proverbs and
the message of the story

Teaching notes are included to assist guidance through the organizers/activities. They include a complete analysis of characters (traits/feelings/motives), good vs. evil, setting, problem, magic, and message

Answer keys provided where applicable

Easy directions for flip book

~~~~~~~~~~~The Princess and the Pea~~~~~~~~~~~

This resource includes:

Featured Activity: A Double-sided fairy tale flip book: Setting, magic, good vs. evil, challenge or task, message (these pages can be run through a copier front to back without any hassle in regards to construction)
Graphic organizers for:
* Analyzing each character’s traits and feelings using evidence from the story
* Inferring character’s traits and feelings by analyzing specifically what the character says, thinks, or does
* Analyzing how each character’s traits, feelings and actions contribute to the events in the story
* Describing how the queen changes her opinion about the princess and what caused this change, and the result of this change (two versions)
* Identifying cause/effect throughout the story (two versions)
* Describing the setting and the setting’s mood (two versions)
* Determining how the setting is important to the story
* Describing story events, the character’s response to the events, and how the events were important to the story plot
* Recounting the story using story elements
* Recounting the story using SWBST
* Determining the message of the fairy tale
Other activities include:
* 4 response-to-reading questions (higher order thinking)
* A writing activity: Wanted: A True Princess
* Making connections between sayings/adages/proverbs and
the message of the story

Teaching notes are included to assist guidance through the organizers/activities. They include a complete analysis of characters (traits/feelings/motives), good vs. evil, setting, problem, magic, and message.

Answer keys provided where applicable

Easy directions for flip book


~~~~~~~~~~~Rumpelstiltskin~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Featured Activity:
A Double-sided flipbook: Setting, magic, good vs. evil, challenge or task, message (these pages can be run through a copier front to back without any hassle in regards to construction)

Graphic organizers for:
* Analyzing each character’s traits and feelings using evidence from the story
* Inferring character’s traits and feelings by analyzing specifically what the character says, thinks, or does
* Analyzing how each character’s traits, feelings and actions contribute to the events in the story
* Identifying cause/effect throughout the story (two versions)
* Describing the setting and the setting’s mood (two versions)
* Determining how the setting is important to the story
* Describing story events, the character’s response to the events, and how the events were important to the story plot
* Recounting the story using story elements
* Recounting the story using SWBST
* Determining the message of the fairy tale
Other activities include:
* 4 response-to-reading questions (higher order thinking)
* A Name activity: What’s in a Name?
* Making connections between sayings/adages/proverbs and
the message of the story

Teaching notes are included to assist guidance through the organizers/activities.They include a complete analysis of characters (traits/feelings/motives), good vs. evil, setting, problem, magic, and message.

Answer keys provided where applicable

Easy directions for flip book

Needing resources for common core reading standards? Please click on the links below and check out the following toolkits that can be used with any story...

RL3.2, 4.2 & 5.2~ Finding the Theme & Message in Literature

RL3.6, 4.6 & 5.6~ Distinguishing Point of View & Perspective

RL2.3~ Describing Character Response to Events & Challenges

RL3.3~ Describing Character Traits, Feelings & Motives

RL4.3~ Describing Characters, Settings, & Events in Literature

A special thank you to KB2 Teach for fonts that give this resource fairy tale flair! and a special thank you to Educlips for the creative clip art!


Total Pages
150
Answer Key
Included
Teaching Duration
N/A

Average Ratings

4.0
Overall Quality:
4.0
Accuracy:
4.0
Practicality:
4.0
Thoroughness:
4.0
Creativity:
4.0
Clarity:
4.0
Total:
25 ratings
COMMENTS AND RATINGS:
Please log in to post a question.
PRODUCT QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS:
$12.50
Digital Download
List Price: $16.00
You Save: $3.50
ADD ONE TO CART
User Rating: 4.0/4.0
 (329 Followers)
$12.50
Digital Download
List Price: $16.00
You Save: $3.50
ADD ONE TO CART
Fairy Tales 3rd Grade 4th Grade RL3.2 RL3.3 RL4.2 RL4.3 BUNDLE
Fairy Tales 3rd Grade 4th Grade RL3.2 RL3.3 RL4.2 RL4.3 BUNDLE
Fairy Tales 3rd Grade 4th Grade RL3.2 RL3.3 RL4.2 RL4.3 BUNDLE
Fairy Tales 3rd Grade 4th Grade RL3.2 RL3.3 RL4.2 RL4.3 BUNDLE
Teachers Pay Teachers

Teachers Pay Teachers is an online marketplace where teachers buy and sell original educational materials.

Learn More

Keep in Touch!

Sign up